Big man ‘open’ to joining Chelsea after £432M offer made


Cristiano Ronaldo is still open to an approach from Chelsea despite his lucrative offer from Al-Nassr, according to reports.

A few transfer windows after making a move back to Manchester – Ronaldo is back on the market after having his contract at Old Trafford terminated for a TV interview that he had recently done with Piers Morgan.

That has led to all sorts of speculation and rumours about where he could end up – as a whole host of clubs – including Chelsea – linked with a January move for the Portuguese star.

However – it seems that the Portuguese star is all set to leave top-level football and go where the money is

But the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is in for a huge payday as Marca report that he has now reached an initial agreement to join Al-Nassr.

The report claims that Ronaldo has been offered a two-and-a-half-year contract worth €200m (£173m) per season.

But according to the Mirror, Ronaldo is yet to make a final decision over his future and would be open to a possible move to Stamford Bridge.

The Portuguese superstar does not want to leave top level football and still believes he has the ability to compete at the top of the game.

IcChelseanews View…

We all knew that one day Ronaldo would make a lucrative move to Saudi Arabia – the MLS or China – but we did not believe that it would be now.

He has made a big fuss about the fact he is still performing at a top level – he is still scoring goals and wants to continue with a Champions League club.

But we dont want him here that is for sure

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